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Indian Muslim names and Arabic

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in response to reader comment: Dr.Zakir Naik is Not a Arab, He is Indian from Ratnagiri Maharashtra State

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 11, 2015 at 08:04

Our dear MS wrote

Naik in Marathi language means "Warrior"

Mash'allah our dear Zakir is a warrior

Warrior in Arabic means "Mujahid"

No it does not the Arabic word نيك does not mean مجاهد this is a blatant lie the word نيك Naik is the vulgar word for sex in Arabic just like the name of the Pakistani ambassador who was rejected by Saudi Arabia because his name is Akbar Zeb and اكبر زب means The Biggest Penis!

Do you see what happens when your likes abandon their cultures and join the religion of the Arabs only then things do not translate well

One final point Zakir Naik was Saudi Arabia and what I understand is every Saudi he met was avoiding like the plague using his last name so he was addresses as الدكتور زكير and no mention of Naik

But again this is what cultural imperialism of the Arabs is all about


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